Peak Sport Products
I Can Play
|Traded as||SEHK: 1968|
|Industry||Sportswear and Sports Goods|
|Headquarters||Quanzhou, Fujian, China|
Peak Sport Products Co. Limited (Chinese: =匹克; pinyin: Pǐ Kè) (SEHK: 1968) is a Chinese sportswear/sports equipment company founded in 1989. PEAK SPORT S.R.L. (PEAK International) was established in 2000.
- 1 Business areas
- 2 History
- 3 Sponsorship
- 4 References
- 5 External links
Peak Sport designs, develops, manufactures, distributes and markets its sportswear products under the Peak brand. Peak Sport sells all of its products in China on a wholesale basis to distributors who operate, either directly or through third-party retail outlet operators, authorized Peak retail outlets.
It also sells its products on a wholesale basis to overseas customers, as well as to overseas distributors who then sell the products to consumers, retailers or sports teams and clubs.
In mid-2009, Peak Sport Products Company had a distribution network of 5,667 authorized Peak retail outlets in China, which were operated either by the Peak Sport's distributors or by their third-party retail outlet operators.
Basketball has been PEAK’s strongest business since the beginning. Nowadays, PEAK covers a variety of sports such as jogging, soccer, volleyball, tennis and other sports. PEAK is developing its business in America, Europe, Asia and Australia with more than 5000 exclusive stores. PEAK owns many factories in Asia with 600 employees and more than 6,000 factory workers.
Peak Sport supplies official for the following leagues and associations:
National football (soccer) teams
- Palestine (Since January 2015)
Club football (soccer) teams
- WA Tlemcen
- Sani Pro Fort Road FC
- Pudong Zobon
- Shenyang Dongjin
- Unión Estepona CF (Since the 2013 season)
- Hetten FC (Since the 2013 season)
- Padideh F.C.
- Muscat Club (Since the 2016 season)
National basketball teams
Basketball Club Teams
- Bendigo Spirit
- VOO Wolves Verviers-Pepinster
- Mississauga Power
- Club Social y Deportivo Colo-Colo
- KK Zadar
- ASVEL Basket
- Élan Béarnais Pau-Lacq-Orthez 
- Fraport Skyliners 
- TBB Trier
- Hapoel Jerusalem B.C.
- Hapoel Tel Aviv B.C.
- Maccabi Haifa B.C.
- Hekmeh BC
- Tadamon Zouk
- AS Monaco Basket
- BC Apollo Amsterdam
- Challenge Sports Rotterdam
- Meralco Bolts
- Terrence Romeo (GlobalPort Batang Pier)
- Tony Parker (San Antonio Spurs)
- Miloš Teodosić (CSKA Moscow)
- Matthew Dellavedova (Milwaukee Bucks)
- Beno Udrih (Miami Heat)
- Andrew Nicholson (Washington Wizards)
- Dwight Howard (Atlanta Hawks)
- George Hill (Utah Jazz)
- Lou Williams (Los Angeles Lakers)
- Carl Landry (Philadelphia 76ers)
- Anthony Morrow (Oklahoma City Thunder)
- Miles Plumlee (Milwaukee Bucks)
- Kyle Singler (Oklahoma City Thunder)
- Chase Budinger (Phoenix Suns)
- 2015 FIBA Africa Championship - CAF, FIBA.com, Retrieved 11 May 2016.
- Israel | EuroBasket 2015 - PHOTO GALLERY, eurobasket2015.org, Retrieved 12 May 2016.
- 2015 FIBA Africa Championship - Cote d'Ivoire, FIBA.com, Retrieved 23 June 2016.
- 2015 FIBA Oceania Championship - New Zealand, FIBA.com, Retrieved 30 September 2015.
- The Official website of the 2016 South American Championship for Men, FIBA.com, Retrieved 30 June 2016.
- IRAN VS UZBEKISTAN ASIAN BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP 2011 , Youtube.com, Retrieved 8 July 2016.
- Pau-Lacq-Orthez FIBA Europe Cup 2017, FIBA.com, 18 January 2017. Retrieved 30 March 2017.
- Home | FRAPORT SKYLINERS, fraport-skyliners.de, Retrieved 30 September 2015.